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Inside An Author’s Brain

“Why am I so distracted? Why do I always want to be alone and write? Why, when my daughter says ‘Will you play a game with me?’ and I say ‘Yes, later,’ do I never play a game with her? Why aren’t I a better version of myself?”
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